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July 31, 2012, 12:04:46 PM
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PPT A,B,C,D,E on Glbse  apparently are being serviced, as the bids are not removed yet --- only bitcoinmax is denied??

That would be a shame .....but its not too late Mr. pirate to save your kingdom as you just could go on :

I may be able to bring a few new depositors your way payb.tc, but no guarantees.  I'm just letting a few people know about your service now.

Obviously need to get this kink worked out first, but I assume you've already messaged Pirate and are just waiting for a reply.


Do you see we are ready ......and you didn´t want to go for small fish....did you?



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July 31, 2012, 12:05:31 PM
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Seems like BitcoinMax is the only one that hasn't been payed as of yet....

No need to break out the worst-case scenario...not yet anyway  Wink
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July 31, 2012, 12:08:45 PM
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He doesn't run the script as far as I now. So when he's back online/awake payment will be send I guess.

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July 31, 2012, 12:18:09 PM
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He doesn't run the script as far as I now. So when he's back online/awake payment will be send I guess.

Didn´t you get that your money is with pirate.......put yourself in payb.tc shoes
That should help you knowing whats going to happen next Wink

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July 31, 2012, 12:33:04 PM
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Bitcoinmax paid out interest but only accountingwise as nothing went in the blockchain ?

Mine at least has gone but never actually entered any block.

Whats about you guys?
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July 31, 2012, 12:35:37 PM
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Bitcoinmax paid out interest but only accountingwise as nothing went in the blockchain ?

Mine at least has gone but never actually entered any block.

Whats about you guys?

I'm waiting for interest + withdrawal
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July 31, 2012, 12:38:49 PM
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Bitcoinmax paid out interest but only accountingwise as nothing went in the blockchain ?

Mine at least has gone but never actually entered any block.

Whats about you guys?

payb.tc paid interest on paper, but not on the blockchain.

pirate paid all his lenders except payb.tc.

payb.tc can't and won't pay his lenders until pirate pays payb.tc.

payb.tc has a lot of coins with pirate, and so gets a lot of interest each week.

Pirate probably needs new investment before he can pay the interest.  10K BTC should cover it.

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July 31, 2012, 12:41:18 PM
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Bitcoinmax paid out interest but only accountingwise as nothing went in the blockchain ?

Mine at least has gone but never actually entered any block.

Whats about you guys?

payb.tc paid interest on paper, but not on the blockchain.

pirate paid all his lenders except payb.tc.

payb.tc can't and won't pay his lenders until pirate pays payb.tc.

payb.tc has a lot of coins with pirate, and so gets a lot of interest each week.

Pirate probably needs new investment before he can pay the interest.  10K BTC should cover it.

New investments  Grin

Funny one Smiley

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July 31, 2012, 12:41:44 PM
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Pirate probably needs new investment before he can pay the interest.  10K BTC should cover it.
Cheesy

What could possibly go wrong?  Wink
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July 31, 2012, 12:43:45 PM
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Bitcoinmax paid out interest but only accountingwise as nothing went in the blockchain ?

Mine at least has gone but never actually entered any block.

Whats about you guys?

payb.tc paid interest on paper, but not on the blockchain.

pirate paid all his lenders except payb.tc.

payb.tc can't and won't pay his lenders until pirate pays payb.tc.

payb.tc has a lot of coins with pirate, and so gets a lot of interest each week.

Pirate probably needs new investment before he can pay the interest.  10K BTC should cover it.


the first wave of late payments is not a good sign
if i had funds invested  i would bail out now
its pretty obvious that the people on the last couple of levels are not going to get their principal back never mind any interest
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July 31, 2012, 12:55:00 PM
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what do you expect? that pirate has all the funds lying around all week and can just easily pay off everyone at once?

hes obv invested the money in whatever he does so it takes few hours sometimes. so what?
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July 31, 2012, 12:57:18 PM
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aha, its such wicked weather..........
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July 31, 2012, 12:58:46 PM
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Bitcoinmax paid out interest but only accountingwise as nothing went in the blockchain ?

Mine at least has gone but never actually entered any block.

Whats about you guys?

payb.tc paid interest on paper, but not on the blockchain.

pirate paid all his lenders except payb.tc.

payb.tc can't and won't pay his lenders until pirate pays payb.tc.

payb.tc has a lot of coins with pirate, and so gets a lot of interest each week.

Pirate probably needs new investment before he can pay the interest.  10K BTC should cover it.


the first wave of late payments is not a good sign
if i had funds invested  i would bail out now
its pretty obvious that the people on the last couple of levels are not going to get their principal back never mind any interest

If you dont have funds invested why are you posting here?
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July 31, 2012, 01:00:03 PM
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Spread your FUD elsewhere folks.
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July 31, 2012, 01:06:04 PM
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Bitcoinmax paid out interest but only accountingwise as nothing went in the blockchain ?

Mine at least has gone but never actually entered any block.

Whats about you guys?

payb.tc paid interest on paper, but not on the blockchain.

pirate paid all his lenders except payb.tc.

payb.tc can't and won't pay his lenders until pirate pays payb.tc.

payb.tc has a lot of coins with pirate, and so gets a lot of interest each week.

Pirate probably needs new investment before he can pay the interest.  10K BTC should cover it.


the first wave of late payments is not a good sign
if i had funds invested  i would bail out now
its pretty obvious that the people on the last couple of levels are not going to get their principal back never mind any interest

If you dont have funds invested why are you posting here?

I am waiting on a withdrawl ,not thats its any of your business
I may have put more cash in but after the vegas bullshit it pretty
confirmed that this is a scam

people are not even willing to confirm a posted  picture is or is not pirate ?

pirate has not identified himself

some people on lower levels went to vegas but pirate only met a handful of the top people

the top tier of this investment have already been paid  ,god help everyone
else when the ship sinks and trust me it will sink
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July 31, 2012, 01:10:31 PM
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I still don't think this is a ponzi. But seeing that some people here are convinced that it is one, and trying to pump new victims into it to get their "investments" back is... interesting...

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July 31, 2012, 01:27:39 PM
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I am waiting on a withdrawl ,not thats its any of your business
I may have put more cash in but after the vegas bullshit it pretty
confirmed that this is a scam
lol, it has actually been confirmed that it is not a scam, but anyway.
I like it that so much people are FUDing around all over the forum. Because without them and all their FUD pirate would have lowered the interest rate long ago.
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July 31, 2012, 01:46:50 PM
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Bitcoinmax paid out interest but only accountingwise as nothing went in the blockchain ?

Mine at least has gone but never actually entered any block.

Whats about you guys?

payb.tc paid interest on paper, but not on the blockchain.

pirate paid all his lenders except payb.tc.

payb.tc can't and won't pay his lenders until pirate pays payb.tc.

payb.tc has a lot of coins with pirate, and so gets a lot of interest each week.

Pirate probably needs new investment before he can pay the interest.  10K BTC should cover it.


the first wave of late payments is not a good sign
if i had funds invested  i would bail out now
its pretty obvious that the people on the last couple of levels are not going to get their principal back never mind any interest

Last week bitcoinmax was one of the first to be paid by BS&T.  59% of the interest paid to bitcoinmax was immediately reinvested in BS&T, and that reinvestment was then used to pay the interest on other BS&T accounts.

I wonder why the same scheme wasn't used this week since it worked so well last week.

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July 31, 2012, 01:51:40 PM
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Bitcoinmax paid out interest but only accountingwise as nothing went in the blockchain ?

Mine at least has gone but never actually entered any block.

Whats about you guys?

payb.tc paid interest on paper, but not on the blockchain.

pirate paid all his lenders except payb.tc.

payb.tc can't and won't pay his lenders until pirate pays payb.tc.

payb.tc has a lot of coins with pirate, and so gets a lot of interest each week.

Pirate probably needs new investment before he can pay the interest.  10K BTC should cover it.


the first wave of late payments is not a good sign
if i had funds invested  i would bail out now
its pretty obvious that the people on the last couple of levels are not going to get their principal back never mind any interest

Last week bitcoinmax was one of the first to be paid by BS&T.  59% of the interest paid to bitcoinmax was immediately reinvested in BS&T, and that reinvestment was then used to pay the interest on other BS&T accounts.

I wonder why the same scheme wasn't used this week since it worked so well last week.

because maybe this time the re-investments weren't enough to pay the interest on the other BS&T accounts

btw... are you now saying this is a ponzi Huh
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July 31, 2012, 01:59:54 PM
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because maybe this time the re-investments weren't enough to pay the interest on the other BS&T accounts

But bitcoinmax always reinvests something, and a lot of the smaller BS&T lenders don't.  So it would still make sense to pay out bitcoinmax first.

btw... are you now saying this is a ponzi Huh

I personally don't know what it is.  It looks a lot like a ponzi, but maybe there's some magic money-making business going on at BS&T that I don't understand.

Whether BS&T is a ponzi or whether it's putting the borrowed bitcoins to work, it's plausible that it wouldn't have lots of spare coins sitting around waiting to be paid out on Mondays, so the delays in interest payment are explicable whether or not it's a ponzi.

If I had to bet on whether it's a ponzi or not, I'd bet that it is.  But I wouldn't be sure of winning.

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